The Global State of Anti-Semitism

Politicians are known for being able to harness these fears and manipulate us into projecting them onto other issues. Political fear mongering from both sides of the aisle seems to be at one of its highest points in a very long time. Republicans scare people by using migrant caravans and the prospect of a female…


Participation Goes Far Beyond Voting

Yesterday, our country had a midterm election. If you’re like me, you’d become annoyed by the incessant reminders to vote on news and social media, from your friends and colleagues and from the politicians who want your support.   Voting is important, yes, and our future depends on it. But I’d like to call attention…


A Final Call to Non-Voters, From Us at the Redlands Bulldog to You

The general election approaches with impending speed, which means so does the onslaught of voter registration reminders, proposition advertisements, emails, actual mail, and — as I’m sure you’d also attest to — much, much more. Facebook now alerts you and your friends of upcoming elections. An advertising agency called Nail Communications released a viral video…


Home is Where the Heart is

It’s hard to believe I am starting my third year at the University of Redlands. It feels as if it was just yesterday that I was a bright eyed and terrified freshman moving into Fairmont Hall.   Yet, time has passed and I have now become accustomed to this place I call “home” September through…

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